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was for real. >> dan: this is a look at our new waze traffic app. current traffic situation on highway 85 as we speak. you can see how traffic is moving right now thanks to our traffic reporters. we would like you to be an exclusive traffic spotter. you can download from android markets or go to abc7news.com/waze. >> cheryl: new sheriff in san francisco has been pressured to resign because of accusations of domestic violence. coalition of anti-domestic violence leaders held a news conference over accusations that sheriff ross mirkarimi abused his wife. carolyn tyler joins us with the story. >> reporter: just how hot is it getting for ross mirkarimi? one of leaders of domestic violence consortium was a member of transition city hall. now she is calling on him to resign. >> they are turning up the heat on ross mirkarimi. these protestors in san francisco domestic violence consortium say the newly elected sheriff should resign or step down while being investigated. >> he has does nothing to ensure that it is safe for them to come forward when one our chief law enforcement officers has this hanging
... to a man she met just five months ago on facebook. a total tranger who needed help. his name was dan... and the ppge read simply- my husband needs a new kidney. we'd gone through several people in the faaily... so we'd run out of that and it was the next thing i could think to do.i saw it i knew it was something i had to do... that was thursday- and by friday i was getting tested. allie and dan were a match. and on weddesday- allie gave dan and megin the ultimate gift. her kidney- she named paul.paul is doing excellent. and so is dan.he's doing well- the kidney started working as soon as they put it in him. it's very, very healthy. it started urinating instantly when it went in dan.doctors say dan will be on anti- doctors say dan when it went in dan.started urinating instantly it's very, very healthy. it him.as soon as they put it in kidney started working he's doing well- thee and so is dan.paul is doing excellent.she named paul.paul is doing excellent.and so is dan.he's doing well- the kidney started working as soon as they put it in him.it's very, very healthy. it started urina
claims state supreme court heard arguments in what could be a precedent setting case. >> reporter: dan the supreme court must decide whether time has run out because of a statute of limitations man men that want to sue are too old. they are now middle iamgd. supporters say there should be no deadline. >> tim says he was abuse abused when he was a young boy by a priest but it took him 30 years to come forward. >> it causes severe injury, that has crippling injuries and sometimes you don't understand that. so decades later you understand it. >> he had snap, he came to the california supreme court where the justices are deciding shout too late to bring a clergy abuse lawsuit. it involves the late reverend who was stationed in hayward. six brothers say he molested them during the 1970s but they did not link that to psychological problems in 2006. that was three years after the california legislature extended the statute of limitations and opened a one year window in 2003 for victims to sue. the spokesman for the oakland diocese believes that means time is up. >> that statute of limitations
. his name is dan. and a police commander says that dan is in a comfortable spot right now. take a look at chopper 5. he seems to be hidden at the halfway point of this cliff. if dan needs emergency help, he will be there but for now police are leaving him alone and that's what dan wanted all along. >> the hillside is beautiful, a craggly cliff. i can't believe anyone is on the face of the hill. >> reporter: well, it's true. the man who says his name is dan is still clinging by the eastern side of the cliff on telegraph hill after 18 hours. police brought out a negotiator this morning to convince the guy to let them help him get down. but he stubbornly refused. >> keeps telling us he is not going to talk to us, but we are -- he does keep answering our questions regarding whether he wants us to help him or not because he doesn't want help and just wants to us leave. >> reporter: dan is not even telling police if he is in a dangerous spot but the drama began last night when an apartment manager confronted dan inside one of the units perched on the edge of the cliff. dan escaped with a cou
. adults are comfortable. i don't like going out in public. >> dan: a man badly beaten last month breaks his silence to help track down the men who beat him. >> carolyn: they beat him and called him a terrorist. the victim is sharing his story only with abc7. it happened november 21 and just today police released this first sketch of one of those attackers. thomas ramon spokes with the victim. >> he is a 32-year-old eastern industrial designer who was attacked. he said he had nightmares and afraid to leave his home. they are asking for the public's help in finding his attackers. >> i just got in the car and just in my spot. >> he lives in pain and fear. it's because a trip he made to the lucky store. three men approached his car as he was leaving. >> they were hitting me and calling me a terrorist. a third member came out of no one. >> reporter: these are photos taken after the attack. he lost six teeth and two plates in his face holding his jaw together. that injury was caused by this bottle of tequila that his attackers dropped into the car. >> i certainly believe the bottle hadn't got
, but, dan, you can start that healthy living after that brunch today. and, boy, we've got some delicious new year brunch ideas. "top chef" judge gail simmons is here with some tips for entertaining. plus a little hair of the dog with a spicy bloody mary. obviously, yeah, i won't be drinking any of that. >> no, can't drink when you're -- how many months pregnant? >> six months. >> that's something to look forward to in this new year. >>> also, we want to let you chime in with your thoughts of the new year. a special edition of "your three words." >> one of our favorite segments. but first this morning a check of news and weather. >>> good morning, everyone. happy new year. millions of people turned out across the country to celebrate the new year. hundreds of thousands packed new york city's times square as lady gaga and mayor michael bloomberg led the countdown. >> three, two, one, happy new year! >>> and in las vegas, fireworks were shot from the rooftops of eight of the city's casinos while in seattle fireworks were launched from the top of the space needle and lit up the sky
. dan kerman is here showing as the events that unfolded earlier today. >>dan: cents earlier in the morning, occupy protesters have been standing their ground in front of banks like wells fargo. >> i am here because essentially democracy has been taken over by economic interests. they went into the financial district, stopping traffic. >> we can change the direction. >>reggie: any and every bank was targeted including this bank of america branch on california street. >>pam: our other big story, a long awaited a rainy weather. this is video from iran earlier in the day. the few people who did brave the weather are trying to keep drive. the roadways are slippery all over the bay area. i am here in the weather center with jacqueline. what can we expect as they move through the night? pick up in intensity. right now, we are seeing a few areas of more moderate rainfall. >>jaqueline: we have more areas of yellow on the screen. near santa rosa and at runner park, rainfall between aids and of an inch an hour and a quarter of an inch an hour. near sonoma, the same thing. for the heavy
>>> at ever. adults are comfortable. i don't like going out in public. >> dan: a man badly beaten last month breaks his silence to help track down the men who beat him. >> carolyn: they beat him and called him a terrorist. the victim is sharing his story only with abc7. it happened november 21 and just today police released this first sketch of one of those attackers. thomas ramon spokes with the victim. >> he is a 32-year-old eastern industrial designer who was attacked. he said he had nightmares and afraid to leave his home. they are asking for the public's help in finding his attackers. >> i just got in the car and just in my spot. >> he lives in pain and fear. it's because a trip he made to the lucky store. three men approached his car as he was leaving. >> they were hitting me and calling me a terrorist. a third member came out of no one. >> reporter: these are photos taken after the attack. he lost six teeth and two plates in his face holding his jaw together. that injury was caused by this bottle of tequila that his attackers dropped into the car. >> i certainly believe the
>> dan: police say it was a bad combination of booze and adults that may be hemmed her buy it. the driver 19-year-old was arrested for a indictment. two others are facing charges of furnishing alcohol to a minor. laura less youly brinkley. >> it's got confusing. >> state officials say this store behind me sold alcohol to a teenager who later the same night died in a fatal car crash on highway 101. the store owner says, no the alcohol was sold to an adult, not the teenager. >> she purchased three bottles of 40 ounce bottles of beer and one bottle of this pink wine cooler. >> this attorney represents the owner of the drive through market in south san francisco. on february 4th, 2011, a regular customer amelia chin came to teenager daughter's friend who was 17 years old. at 3:20 the next morning, she died in a high speed accident on highway 101. authorities say her friend, 19-year-old driver had been drinking heavily. the alcohol is at the center of the tragedy. >> store should have checked the identification of the minor. >> according to the beverage control, officials say they
. i'm carolyn johnson. >> and i'm dan ashley. those court documents offer new details about what happened on new year's eve. >> our legal analyst says this new information makes the case against the sheriff even stronger. johnal -- john alston has the details. >> the allegations against his, quote, going ballistic, and pushing and pulling and grabbing his wife on new year's eve in front of their two-year-old son, and there are claims this was not the first incident. the new sheriff showed up at city hall with a growing cloud over his head. >> i look forward to reporting to work and doing what i have been elected to do, and i look forward to having my day in court. >> that was before his arrest warrant became public with more specific allegations of a confrontation with his wife on new year's eve. according to an of a gave vit, -- to an affidavit, they were on their way to a restaurant for lunch when low peases asked to -- when lopez asked to visit after the inauguration. he started to scream "f-you,"" f-you." she -- he stated something about the fact that she didn't deserve to ea
. ♪ pounding the bay area tonight, and the first big storm of the season. >> good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> we begin our coverage with meteorologist sandhya patel. it is really coming down out there. >> yes, dan, carolyn, the camera is shaking behind you. the wind is picking up as well and the rain has been soaking the bay area. let me show you live doppler 7hd and you can see where the heaviest rain is falling. as we pan around it is starting to move out of the north bay. they are reporting very heavy rainfall right now. but the heaviest rain as you can see clearly here on live doppler 7hd is indicated in the yellows around concord and livermore and alamo, out toward fremont and even the south bay and san jose. san mateo and the peninsula is getting clobbered with heavy rain. the santa cruz mountains has already picked up more than four inches of rain, and you can see where it is. let's show you the rainfall tote will tas here. 4.5 in ben low man and santa rosa and mill valley is almost 3.5. over an inch in san francisco. livermore, a third of an inch. and here are your wind gusts. it
of the season. >> good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> we begin our coverage with meteorologist sandhya patel. it is really coming down out there. >> yes dan carolyn the camera is shaking behind you. the wind is picking up as well and the rain has been soaking the bay area. let me show you live doppler 7hd and you can see where the heaviest rain is falling. as we pan around it is starting to move out of the north bay. they are reporting very heavy rainfall right now. but the heaviest rain as you can see clearly here on live doppler 7hd is indicated in the yellows around concord and livermore and alamo, out toward fremont and even the south bay and san jose. san mateo and the peninsula is getting clobbered with heavy rain. the santa cruz mountains has already picked up more than four inches of rain, and you can see where it is. let's show you the rainfall tote will tas here. 4.5 in ben low man and santa rosa and mill valley is almost 3.5. over an inch in san francisco. livermore, a third of an inch. and here are your
. >> i'm dan ashley. for a marin county man 90 years old is not too old to fight. >> he opened fire when an intruder broke into his home. the suspect fired back. ama dates is live where the victim and the suspects are. ama 1234*. >> reporter: carolyn and dan i am told they are both recovering tonight. the suspect had surgery and is recovering now. the suspect is from novato or petaluma and he does have a violent criminal history. he went into the house with a gun, but he likely had no idea what he was walking into of the police worked this crime scene well into the night. it was after a morning burglary lead to a shootout pitting the homeowner against the intruder. >> the suspect kicked in the front door. when he went inside there was one man living at the residence. >> reporter: that 90-year-old man was jay leone. but he was not home alone. sara lives downstairs. >> all of a sudden i heard a boom. >> reporter: she initially thought leone was moving furniture. he was a former law enforcement agent and f
- >>marty: will continue here. welcome to a 2000 law. overcast and foggy and some spots. >>dan: it does look pretty clear but it is a bit hazy. don't address space spare the air could create. look at the current temperatures. 45 in oakland, 40 and san jose. 39 in livermore. after the air quality is worse in the north bay. moderate air conditions in the north and east bay. 70's throughout the south bay for the highs today. xi 72 and morgan hill. in the north bay, not quite as warm. did talk about this, from that is moving in, we are pushing ahead to 6:00 a.m. on monday which is when those clouds are supposed to make landfall. giselle this unfortunately, no snow for tahoe. no. we have morning fog and it sunny conditions. that will be if the pattern throughout the week. >>marty: record qr perry and michelle bachman are trailing is the group. roth how hall column will all one poll says that likely voters are undecided and could change their minds by tuesday. surveys are showing that ron paul is losing ground with voters in iowa. he spent the weekend at home in texas. he did make their rounds on
himself when he discovered how they know support each other. ♪ >>> if dan could choose one thing to do for the rest of his life, it would be this. >> it's almost a spiritual connection. >> this is the way he has felt since 1970. when his love of dogsledding compelled him to start his company, a business which takes people on dogsledding rides. >> good boy, jack. good boy. >> opening the business was a dream come true. but even before he hung up his shingle, he knew the sledding would not pay for itself. >> the restaurant came by as a financial support system for the dogs. >> it sounds crazy. support one risky business, dogsledding, with another risky business, the restaurant that's what he did. >> i was too young and dumb to know better and i had a lot of energy. >> a lot of energy is what it took. dan not only created the idea for the restaurant, he actually built it for himself. >> a lot of these logs were put in not only by myself, but a lot of help along the way from other people. a lot of love went into this place. >> that was all part of the plan. he could have supported the sled
...for you to unwrap. ♪ ho, h ho. green giant >> good evening i'm dan. >> i'm carolyn. it is cold and getting colder tonight. >> sandy starts our weather coverage tonight. >> you know winter has arrived when the temperatures have already dropped below freezing in some areas. take a look at the numbers. santa rose at 30 degrees. it is a bone chilling cold 31 in livermore at this hour and san jose reporting temperature of 37 degrees. this is why we have freeze warnings in effect for most of the bay area until 8:00 a.m. tuesday. teens and 20's expected inland. freezing damage to sensitive mrnts not out of the question and of course watch out for patches of ice especially over the bridges and overpasses. hard freeze warning in effect for the straits and delta teens and 20's for 4 to 6 hours watch out for that. 21 by morning. fairfield 20 in napa down to 22 degrees in santa rosa. 23 in livermore. the winter chill is here and the storm are not far behind. i'll be back with a full look at when the wet weather alives from a few minutes. we'll see you then. >> mean time people a
then apparently he has just been hanging around. police say last evening, a man named dan burgled one of these condos and bungled his escape. >> the hillside is unbelievable. it's beautiful. it's a craggly cliff and i can't believe anyone is on the face of the hill. >> reporter: apparently after taking some jewelry from one of the condos, the manager of the building tells cbs 5 he saw him and started to chase him. and the man ran. he found out it's all downhill from here. after the burglary police say, dan started beating the bushes or at least he jumped into the bushes. they don't know where he is exactly. they know he is up here somewhere because they have been talking to him. but they haven't actually seen him. >> keeps telling us he is not going to talk to us, but we are -- he does keep answering our questions regarding whether he wants us to help him or not. he says he doesn't want help and he just wants to us leave. >> reporter: they haven't for about 24 hours. so now it's a rescue mission. they would like to rescue him then determine if in fact he is a burglar and then arrest h
to clone her dog and who says six figures is not too much to pay for it. here's abc's dan harris. >> reporter: you are looking at the moment when the love of danielle's life, in a sense, returned from the dead. >> how cute. hi! do you remember me? >> reporter: this is the culmination of a more than 20-year odyssey. the results of an encounter with the growing, high tech and highly controversial industry of dog cloning. dan yes, ma'am's journey started when she was 18 and she bought a dog named trouble from a pet store. >> the trouble wall. >> reporter: on her pillows, on her bedspread and dressing him up in elaborate costumes. he cannot have been happy when you put this -- >> of course he was. he looked very handsome. you loved this dog. >> loved him. loved him to death. >> reporter: and when trouble died when he was nearly 18 -- >> he was basically my son. so it was terrible. it was heart-breaking. >> reporter: that is when she took her love for her dog to a level some people may find bizarre. she reached out to an animal cloning company in south cover rea, the only place in the
warrant for san francisco's new share of details a pattern of abuse against his life. dan kerman has been reviewing the documents and joins us now with the latest information. >>dan: this document confirms the neighbor contacted police and reported a share of abuse his wife on new year's eve. reports say his wife sustained a bruised to her upper right arm when he grabbed her. she also videotaped the victim's injuries. the video obtained it shows the sheriff's wife pointing to a bruised arm and saying, this happened yesterday, two times in 2011. i told ross he needs help and i will use this in case he tries to take my son away from me. the report says lopez told a neighbor she and her husband got into a fight on new year's while traveling to a restaurant for lunch. the report says the sheriff you-just flew into a rage when she asked to visit her family in venezuela. the report says that he screamed expletives and accused her of trying to take their son away, all of this while the sun was in the backseat. the report says lopez told the neighbor the fight continued inside of their home. even
assault. the initial charge was misstated domestic violence the was reduced as a part of the plea. dan kerman went to the mission neighborhood that he allegedly terrorized. residents are breathing a sigh of relief now that the suspect is off of the streets. >>dan: there were plenty of women walking along 24th street. now, there is a greater sense of relief following the arrest of this man. police believe he is responsible for three sexual assaults along the 24th street corridor. >> knowing becky is off the street and that he cannot harm any other person is a huge relief. >> i have daughters if who grew up on this street and a granddaughter growing up here now. it is a relief. >>dan: those in the neighborhood did not plan to lay down their guard. >> i started carrying around pepper spray and a whistle, i will still keep it in my purse. >> if i am going to be much more aware and cautious on the streets. >>dan: lynn anderson says the the changes she made last month will also continue. >> walking on well lit streets, be aware of those around me and who is behind me, not walking with a head
i'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. tonight another teacher faces charges of having sex with a students. >> this time it is a high school teacher in livermore. her name is marie johnson, and police arrested her this morning when she uh -- arrived for work at granada high school in livermore. that's where ama dates is with the story. ama? >> carolyn and dan, marie johnson has been a teacher here at granada for 13 years, and tonight she is on administrative leave and in jail after police say she had a sexual relationship with a student. >> i saw it first on facebook, so i saw what happened to ms. j? >> students at granada high school called her ms. j, and police call her a suspect in a sexual assault involving a students. 40-year-old marie johnson is a math teacher at granada, and she is also married. this morning she was arrested by livermore police. >> there are 24 counts ranging from sexual intercourse with a minor, lewd acts with a minor and oral copulation. >> a student called and talked about the a relationship that happened between december of 2010 and may of last y
the super bowl in indianapolis. dan hellie and jim vance will be anchoring our coverage all ek. >> dan is there live outside lucas oil stadium tonight. hey, dan. >> and tomorrow perhaps the biggest circus you could say of super bowl week, rilts media y day, and for the first time ever, they're going to allow fans in to watch media day. tickets right now on stubhub, believe it, going for twooefr and you don't get to even ride the zip line. that's part of the nfl village area near lucas. i don't know if any of these folks will be at media day tomorrow, but i guarantee you, it's going to lost more than a lot of activities. over 4,000 people are estimated to be here in indianapolis for prosecute bowl week. which patriots' star did not practice today and may not practice the week? guys? >> and are you going to tell us what people are going to be able to -- >> they'll be able to see jim vance for the first time in a long time. he'll do interviews, asking questions, giving speeches. a good time had by all. >> thank you, dan. >>> still ahead, a marine beaten and left for dead in northern geo
. >> getting fit in the new year? >> yes. >> buff. huge. >>> all right, but, dan, you can start the that healthy living after that brunch today. we got some delicious brunch ideas. top chef judge gail simmons is here with some tips for entertaining. i won't be drinking the bloody mary. >> how many months pregnant? >> six months. >> something to look forward to in this new year. >>> also, we'll let you chime in with your thoughts of the new year. a special edition of your three words. >> one of our favorite segment. but first this morning a check of news and weather. >>> good morning, everyone. happy new year. millions of people turned out across the country to celebrate the new year, hundreds of thousands packed the new york city's times square as lady gaga and mayor michael bloomberg led the countdown. >> three, two, one -- happy new year! >>> and in las vegas, fireworks were shot from the rooftops of eight of the city's casinos. while in seattle, fireworks were launched from the top of the space needle. >>> it was a troubling start to the new year in los angeles. at least six
. something that the other candidates don't have the infrastructure for, dan. >> a big advantage. in terms of tonight, your advice seems to be no $10,000 bets for romney. let me ask you another question. looking forward as you just did. let me show you this poll out of south carolina, we know that mr. romney has a huge lead in new hampshire. he has a huge lead, upwards of 20 points, in south carolina as well. going forward, is there anything anybody can do to stop him from walking away with this thing? >> reporter: absolutely. there needs to be one credible conservative alternative to mitt romney. i'm looking at the debate podiums. the debate lecterns. right now, they're splitting up the conservative vote. perry, gingrich, santorum. if you add up the polling for santorum and gingrich, you get roughly what mitt romney has in south carolina. if the conservative base consolidates and unites around one candidate, that person could give mitt romney a run for his money. right now, that candidate could be rick santorum. but right now, there's no decision about that, dan. >> jake tapper, so great
latest now. from porta santo stefano, italy. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan. helicopters have just lowered more rescuers onboard the ship. when you look at wreckage and the scale of the disaster, it's hard to believe it, they're finding passengers. trapped alive. just moments ago, a survivor was rescued. this morning, an italian crew member was pulled out alive after rescuers found him inside the ship. there is still hope. this south korean couple rescued after being trapped in their cabin for 24 hours after the ship went down and the investigation into what happened is now in full swing. the captain of the ship is now in custody. facing possible charges of manslaughter and abandoning his ship. we are learning new details this morning about what appears to be complete chaos on board. >> i was crying. i was terrified. i was just telling my husband, we're going to die here. >> reporter: the nightmare began at approximately 9:15 on friday night. just as passengers were having dinner. investigators now believe that the ship was dangerously close to the shore and hit a rock. t
, not what we were expecting. >> reporter: no, good morning, dan. not what we expected, but more importantly, not what the romneyny campaign expected. they thought they would face incoming fire from his opponents that desperately need to move up in the pool, but it may be that mitt romney has emerged fireproof. >> my question is -- >> reporter: see mitt romney smiling. see mitt romney with his hands in his pockets. that's because he barely needed to lift a finger, not with newt gingrich swinging at ron paul. >> and i personally resent the kind of comments and aspersions he routinely makes without accurate information and then just slurs people with. >> reporter: not with ron paul swinging at rick santorum. >> you're a big spender. that's all there is to it. to say you're a conservative is a big stretch. but you've convinced a lot of people of it, but somebody has to point out your record. >> reporter: not with rick santorum pushing back at ron paul. >> but really what the whole thing -- there it goes again. >> they caught you not telling the truth, ron. >> really, really -- >> reporter: ther
with the developing stories this morning. good morning, ron. >> good morning to you, dan and bianna. good morning, everyone. >>> it's a race against time to try to save an american journalist being held hostage in somalia. u.s. officials are deep in negotiations to try to free the man. abc's kelly cobiella joins us with the latest. from sigonella air base in italy. good morning, kelly. >> reporter: good morning, ron. jessica buchanan is still here at sigonella air and naval base with her family, recovering from her ordeal. just four days after that dramatic rescue, u.s. officials are involved in tense negotiations today to free yet another american held hostage in somalia. he's a journalist and an author. we have blurred his face at the family's request. he was in somalia researching a book on piracy when a group of heavily armed men kidnapped him last weekend. since buchanan's rescue, he's been moved. they've moved him at least three time. they're threatening to kill him if there's another rescue attempt. u.s. officials are talking to third parties today. they're hopeful he'll
's ask wall street journal editorial editor, dorothy rabinowicz. and dan henninger, and diary editor, and senior economics writer, steve moore. >> by my count, the second or third comeback from oblivion by newt gingrich, dorothy, how do you explain it. >> it was never oblivion. the reality is that people always knew who he was and though he was hit with the polls and arrives in the place and friendly to them in south carolina. >> and next to georgia. >> next to georgia, the contrast between him and mitt romney and the candidates is a number one factor. >> and that contrast in the debates you're talking about. >> in the debates and in the general sense who he represents to the world, the voice in the world. number two, he arrives at the audience and there's a change on the media and he blows everything up in that debate and it's important to remember that that is the audience is prepared to explode before he even said that, yes, out of his mouth. they came ready for the explosion and why? because the moment that those words got out, that mrs. gingrich has going to be-- >> his second h
has more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan. rescuers are going from cab on the cabin trying to find survivors as the cruise liner began to tilt steeply, almost capsizing overnight. fie helicopters were deployed. divers had to scour the water looking for missing passengers. abc news has learned that the u.s. embassy has established an emergency response team. there are at least 80 american vacationers on board. they're being taken to safety in rome. a dramatic rescue operation. helicopters howevered close to the ship, looking for survivors. plucking at least 50 passengers to shore. this video from republica tv shows the liner almost s submerged. they had 3200 passengers and 1,000 crew members on board. it was a race against time. passengers describe the scene as pure chaos. >> everybody was screaming out. all the passengers were running up and down. >> reporter: some vacationers began to panic when the ship began to tilt. some jumped, but they died trying to escape. >> we jumped in the sea and we just swam. and luckily, there was an island near us. >> reporter: accordi
claiborne. >> good morning, dan and bianna. good morning, everyone. >>> we begin with the horrific hot air balloon accident. it's not clear what the cause was. was the gas-powered balloon hitting power lines? or was there an accident on board before it hit the powerlines. witness say they saw flames shooting 32 feet into the air. >> obviously, it broke or something happened. sit went up in the air. the whole thing went up in flames. it didn't take long. it stuttered to the ground. >> 2 of the 11 people killed jumped to their deaths from about 500 feet. >>> in washington state, mt. rainier reopens today six days after the cold-blooded murder of a park ranger. new 911 recordings are telling more about what happened. scores of heavily armed rangers and police scourered the woods for an iraqi war veteran. the officers reported they heard gunshots. they reported that one of their colleagues was down at the road block. >> we have her? >> you've got the ranger? >> the extraction team is down at the road block. >> it doesn't appear she survived. >> park ranger margaret anderson was the mother of t
budget meeting tonight in oakland. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. their interruption was brief, and the focus quickly returned to the millions of dollars cities across the state will lose in redevelopment funds by the end of the month. in oakland, the hit is particularly hard. $28 million. tonight city leaders are scrambling for ways to fill the budget gap. alan wang is at city hall where those layoffs are looming. alan? >> carolyn, the meeting just finished up within the hour. and they decided to delay this very crucial vote. and that's because dissolving a $28 million redevelopment front is a very complicated process, and they don't want anyone to lose their jobs if they can prevent it. despite interruptions by occupy protesters, the city council pressed on. time is running out. >> we have never done anything this big, this fast. >> the council is under pressure is slash possibly 105 jobs that includes 20 city administrator positions by the end of the month. the loss of $28 million in redevelopment funds has the mayor proposing huge cuts in slashing the budgets of the oaknd l
to reestablish contact with this man who describes himself as dan but they haven't been able to get him out university -- him out of the bushes. we can show you coit tower, over to the right the apartment complex where this began that is the one that was burglarized last night about 6:00. take a look at a camera shot that can give you an idea how steep this cliff is. the suspect is in the middle, somewhere of all that. the police have not yet coaxed him out. pictures from the roof of the build ago tkros the street. police know where he is because they've used thermal imaging but they haven't seen his face. 6:00 last night man caught burglarizing an apartment, ran down the cliff, police did talk to him he shouted out he was not hurt and asked them to turn out the light. this morning a negotiator reestablished contact with this man calling himself dan. >> he's requesting that we leave. he won't tell us whether or what kind of position he's in whether he's in a precarious or stable position up there. he keeps telling us, he's not going to talk to us, but he does keep answering our questions wh
is dan has been hiding out in the thick brush on a steep side of the cliff more than 18 hours. police have that hill surrounded but in the interest of avoiding a dangerous pursuit they scaled back their efforts leaving only officers at the scene in case dan comes down. >> we want to be here if he asks for help. we're going to give him assistance. and if he didn't ask for help and he pops down into the neighborhood there are officer that's will greet him. >> and police say the man ran to the hill after being chased by a landlord for stealing jewelry from an apartment last night. he's been spot gogd back and forth on the hill several times, telling negotiators he just wants wants to be left alone. >> and veming news in daily city now. emergency crews are at the scene of a gas leak. sky 7 was over the scene minutes ago. you can see some kind of work crews digging by an apartment complex. so that broken line we're getting word of evacuations and two buildings. it's in the 300 block of phillip road no. reports of injuries. pg&e is working to repair that pipe right now. >> and nearly 20 yea
met on facebook. dan garrett's wife posted a message that read, my husband needs a new kidney. dan and ally were a match. >> i wanted to do something meaningful. if i could give that to them, then i think everyone should court. >> she's given me and dan a chance to have a normal life so now we get to plan on taking a honeymoon and have children. >> doctors say dan will be on anti-rejection medication for the rest of his life but he is healthy. what a great story. >>> report, jim, aisle driving to work today, two of my neighbors are out watering their lawn, new year's day. >> go figure. they are making up for the absence of rain, which i would be remiss in not pointing out. however, it's left us with some pretty spectacular weather. , who like we're starting out the new year with more of the same. increasing fog overnight as the wind flow shifts to a on shore breeze. through the week we continue this dry and mild pattern right on into and through next weekend here as once again we have another spare the air alert up for the high pressure system parked over the central california are
the game, this is as close as we will get. >>dan: if you are lucky enough to get a ticket to tomorrow's game, security is asking is how coming out, we will tell you how local sports bars are getting ready for the game. >>pam: join us tomorrow night, win or lose, we will have the 49ers and allow show at 8:00 p.m. to invite gary radnich, vern glenn and a host of others, that is tomorrow night at 8:00 p.m.. >>brian: it is born to be a wet day for the game tomorrow but i do not think it is going to be too bad. the rain in the forecast looks fairly light in this body during game time. since the game is tomorrow at 3:30 p.m.. cloudy skies and cool temperatures in the low 50s. gusty winds coming out of the south. 20-30 mi. per hour. that could affect field-goal kicking the. storm totals since thursday have been impressive. a lot of places between 1-2 in. of rain. lesser amounts in the south bay. higher amounts in the north bay. we do need the rain and there is more on the way. this weather system is approaching the west coast and will lash in court tomorrow morning. the rain initially is goi
messy snack, but not for farmer dan van groningen. >> that's good. that's crispy. it's sweet. it's wet. it's everything a watermelon should be. >> but then again, he's had a lot of practice eating watermelons at his family farm in ripon. for more than 70 years now, they've been growing the picnic favorite and have loved every minute of it, seeds and all. >> 1939, we started growin' watermelons the first time. my grandfather did, and, uh, my father was young then, and he would do the harvesting. they would, uh, load the watermelons into small, little trucks and-- and bring 'em to the rail car and load 'em--stack 'em by hand in the rail car, and that's how a lot of the watermelons were shipped. >> dan's right. when it comes to the harvesting of watermelons, not much has changed over the years. the melons love the warm days and cool nights the central valley offers them, and they take about a hundred days to grow before they are plucked out of the fields by workers who transfer them to the harvest truck. while they still grow the traditional seeded ones, they have planted more of the seed
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and that was the thursday and by friday morning i was calling and getting scheduled to be tested. >> alley and dan were a match and on wednesday she gave them the ultimate gift, her kidney. she named paul. >> paul is doing excellent. >> so is dan. >> he is doing well. the kidney started working as soon as they put it in him. >> he is very healthy. it started our faithing instantly when it went into dan. >> dan will be on antirejection ms for the rest of his life, but he is healthy and the kidney gave him a future. >> she has given us a chance to have a normal life so now we can plan on taking a honeymoon and have children. >> i'm tired. >> all thanks to a total stranger who became a friend. >>> and that means a lot. >> i wanted to do something and i think everyone should consider it. >>> now, maryland's most powerful doppler radar and the forecast. >> quiet night out there temperature-wise. you know things have been mild all weekend and we have seen rain showers come in. we have winds variable at 5. a little breezier at times during the evening. we'll show where the rainfall is now across the immediate
there. abc's lama hasan has more. from london. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan. even at this hour, rescuers are going from cabin to cabin, trying to find survivors who may have been trapped as the cruise liner began to tilt steeply, almost capsizing overnight. it's ma major operation. five helicopters were deployed. divers had to scour the water looking for missing passengers. abc news has learned that the u.s. embassy has established an emergency response team. there were at least 80 american vacationers on board. they're being taken to safety in rome. plunged into darkness. it was a dramatic rescue operation. helicopters hovered close to the ship, looking for survivors. plucking at least 50 passengers to shore. as dawn broke, you could see clearly what they were up against. this video from republica tv shows the liner almost submerged in water. the luxury cruise ship ran aground 18 miles off the coast of tuscany with 3,200 passengers and 1,000 crew members on board. water came gushing in through the hull. it was a race against time. passengers describe the scene as
, 51 votos no se puede aprobar nada a travÉs del senado. republicanos que nos dan respaldo a la reforma de migraciÓn decidieron q era una mala polÍtica y no la respaldan, he continuado a favor de la reforma de migraciÓn integral, lo dije ayer sobre el interÉs en la reforma integral, no se puede hacer todo el paquete por lo menos vamos a aprobar el dream act. >>> una de las preocupaciones son las deportaciones, mas 1,2 millones de personas en su administraciÓ ha separado a mÁs familias que cualquier otro presidente ¿no podrÍa hacer algo?. >>> hay cosas que hacemos, el hecho que el congreso distribÍa el congreso, quien sea el presidente va a verue esto no ocurrÍa. >>> ¿por quÉ las deportaciones sh. >>> porque es la y la que funciona en estos momentos, no podemos ignorar el congreso. >>> su gobierno expulsÓ a la cÓnsul de venezuela luego e el documental de univisiÓn mostr que estaba involucrado en espionaje cibernÉtico contra estados unidos ¿estaba al tanto de la decisiÓn?. >>> no voy a habr en detalle de eso,ubo investigaciones y seguimientos que ocurrieron. mi deseo es
: no doubt, dan. newt gingrich has already seen his campaign declared dead twice. he scored not just a victory here in south carolina but a landslide. ♪ >> reporter: newt gingrich is back. ♪ glory days >> thank you to everyone in south carolina, who decided to be with us in changing washington. >> reporter: gingrich's campaign had little money or organization compared to mitt romney, but he won big anyway. >> and we proved here in south carolina that people of power with the right ideas beats big money and with your help, we're going to prove it again in florida. >> reporter: for romney it was a major blow. just a week ago, polls showed him with a double-digit lead in south carolina. >> tonight, i want to congratulate, of course, speaker gingrich and my fellow republicans on a hard-fought campaign here in south carolina. >> reporter: but romney lashed out at gingrich for the attacks he made on romney's work at bane capital. >> when my opponents attack free enterprise, they're not only attacking me, they're attacking every person who dreams of a better future. he's attacking you.
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